Movies We Do and Do Not Want to See Converted to 3D

Feb 06, 2012 Comments

George Lucas has been endowed with two great ideas: 1) Star Wars and 2) constantly re-releasing Star Wars. When the director repeatedly digitally re-mastered and released his old works in the mid-1990s, it sparked a debate among fans and critics about artistic integrity – some viewed it simply as a moneymaking gimmick. That debate will no-doubt be renewed with the re-release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, arguably the worst of the Star Wars films. In this go-around, the movie that punished us with Jar-Jar Binks will be outfitted for 3-D viewing (and crying). There is little doubt the release will be profitable, and its success will likely inspire other studios to re-release their classic films with a 3-D add-on. So, if studio execs are reading this article, here is a list of some movies that we want to see in 3-D and some that we definitely do not.

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